Author: Sheryl Oh

Often chugging tea and thinking about horror movies. Curator of daily stuff and things here at Film School Rejects.

Jean-Marc Vallée’s Next HBO Series Won’t Be So Dark

The 'Sharp Objects' director is giving harrowing subjects a rest for the inspirational ‘Gorilla and the Bird.'

Jodie Foster to Tackle Another Complex Female Character in ‘Woman at War’ Remake

The story of a fearless woman made of pure conviction is the perfect role for Foster to portray and direct.

Breaking Down Alfonso Cuarón’s Impeccable Cinematographic Vision

The 'Roma' director's visual experimentation is one for the books.

Who’s Who in ‘The Umbrella Academy’

Maladjusted superheroes? You've never seen them like this before.

Inclusive Casting is Allowing Stuntwomen to Flourish

These high-flying performers are finally getting their due after portraying some of our favorite badass women.

How Cinematic Purpose Can Fuel Women to Kick Ass

Watch this video essay highlighting the power of stories to explicate meaning in our daily lives beyond self-preservation.

Journey Biopic Will Focus on Fairy Tale Success Story of Filipino Singer Arnel Pineda

'Crazy Rich Asians' director Jon M. Chu is ensuring that more Asians get a leg up in Hollywood.

Disney Goes Punk for Cruella de Vil’s Origin Story

'I, Tonya' director Craig Gillespie is now in talks to helm the 'One Hundred and One Dalmatians' prequel starring Emma…

Not Making a Prince Biopic is the Best Decision

He was an enigmatic wonder, but that's precisely why his songs can -- in jukebox musical form -- teach volumes…

Tom Cross Took a Giant Leap for Editors With ‘First Man’

Considering how 'First Man' oscillates between filmmaking styles, editing creates the intense atmosphere necessary for a highly satisfying take on…